Grapes are composed fruits, of different shapes and colors, sweet and meaty insides and seeds in them.

There are about 60 varieties of grapes, each variety having several hundred varieties. Color differs from green and yellow to red, black, depending on the chemical compounds.

Grapes can be eaten both fresh and dried, the latter being known as raisins.

From the botanical standpoint, grapes are small, round, like forest fruits; they grow in clusters on a perennial plant called the vine. Grapes originate in European territory, but now there are cultivations of vines in almost all regions of the world.